Dozens of slot machine developers roll out dozens of new slot machines every month. But not all of them are created equal. For one, they all have different themes inspired by various aspects of our lives.

Among the most popular topics for slot machines are popular TV series. Over the years, we’ve seen many of these hit the best online casino in South Africa, covering some of the most beloved serialized content available today. In this article, we collected the very best.

Vikings (NetEnt)

Ragnar Lothbrok, son of Sigurd Ring, king of Denmark, and Sweden, was the stuff of legends. According to ancient sagas, he distinguished himself as a warrior by conducting several raids against the British Isles and the Holy Roman Empire in the 9th Century. And he inspired screenwriter Michael Hirst, too – the writer based his historical drama series “Vikings” on him.

“Vikings” was a major success. It ran for 6 seasons, with a total of 89 episodes, earned a series of Emmy nominations (and won more than 30 awards), and prompted the creation of a comic book, a web series, a sequel series called “Vikings: Valhalla”, and a video slot machine.

NetEnt’s slot machine based on the “Vikings” series has the quality you expect from the games of the studio. Its visuals and sounds are borrowed from the series, with its main characters acting as high-paying symbols.

Game of Thrones (Microgaming)

One of the biggest TV releases of the 21st century is certainly “Game of Thrones”, the HBO fantasy series based on the books of George R. R. Martin. The series set a very high bar for serialized fantasy both in its visuals and storytelling. Its final season did not live up to the expectations of the public, but this doesn’t take away from the value of the series as a whole. As you might expect, the series prompted the creation of a spinoff, several comic books, and about a dozen video games, including a video slot machine.

The Game of Thrones slot machine was released in January 2015, but this doesn’t show: the game is just as crisp as it was at the time of its launch. The game’s visuals and music are borrowed from the HBO series. It focuses on the Houses of Westeros, with the Three-Eyed Raven playing an important role in the game.

La Casa de Papel (Skywind)

Finally, here’s one of the surprise hits of the 20th century, a series that started out as a local TV show in Spain and grew into an international phenomenon: Money Heist aka La Casa de Papel. The series was first released on the Spanish TV channel Antena 3 as a limited series of around 15 episodes, then it made it to Netflix – and it exploded. The streaming giant released two more seasons of the series, one South Korean remake, as well as a spin-off based on Andrés “Berlin” de Fonollosa, played by Pedro Alonso.

The slot machine based on the series was released in 202 by Skywind Group. It perfectly captures the atmosphere of the show, both visually and aurally. And it, too, has a spin-off: aside from the traditional five-reel video slot format, it also has a 3×3 version called La Casa de Papel Clásico.

Final words

Over the years, slot development studios have released countless great slot machines based on TV series. But alas, as their licenses expired, these games were unpublished one by one. But as countless new series emerge, we can expect more and more games inspired by them to be launched by developers so we can join our favorite on-screen characters on a journey toward a big reward.

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